Sonya Huber has written six books, including four works of creative nonfiction: the new Supremely Tiny Acts: A Memoir In a Day, as well as Opa Nobody, Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir, and Pain Woman Takes Your Keys and Other Thoughts from A Nervous System. Her other books include The Evolution of Hillary Rodham Clinton and a textbook, The Backwards Research Guide for Writers: Using Your Life for Reflection, Connection, and Inspiration. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Creative Nonfiction, Brevity, Fourth Genre, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington Post Magazine, O: The Oprah Magazine, Salon.com, and elsewhere. She received the 2012 Creative Nonfiction Award from Terrain, and her essays were named notable in Best American Essays 2014, 2015, and 2017. She teaches in the Department of English at Fairfield University and in the Fairfield Low-Residency MFA Program.
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